With accelerated grass growth across the county, KCRC and the Kent County Sheriff's Department urge road users to exercise caution when navigating intersections. To efficiently cover nearly 5,000 miles of ROW, KCRC generally deploys mowers systematically rather than case-by-case.
The Kent County Board of Road Commissioners hereby provides notice to the public and property owners adjacent to bridges and culverts in Kent County of the 2018 Herbicide Spraying Program for brush and tree stumps around bridges and culverts in Kent County, Michigan.
The state’s proposed 2019 budget includes two increases to transportation: a general fund revenue increase of $175 million ($3.5 million, KCRC) and a one-time surplus revenue increase of 300 million ($6 million, KCRC)
Continuing its systematic mowing of nearly 5,000 mile of right of way, KCRC and the Kent County Sheriff’s Department ask drivers and non-motorized road users to use extra caution when site distance is impacted by tall grass.